Cait Marie’s Review of “Pale Horizon” by Heather Renee and Lela Grayce

By: Cait Marie

*I received a copy of this book from the authors for my honest review.

Pale Horizon is the second book in the Blood of the Sea trilogy. Therefore, there will be spoilers for the first book, Crimson Horizon, in this review. You can find my review of book one here.

In the end of Crimson Horizon, Lavinia and Jameson are on their way to find Solomon, the hunter who trained Jameson, when they’re intercepted. Both are taken from their ship and find themselves with Prime, the original vampire.

When it is revealed that they haven’t been kidnapped quite the way they believe, we learn more of Prime’s connection to Lavinia, her past, and more about why she has the different abilities she does. Together, she and Jameson fight to escape, and their adventure continues.

I really enjoyed this book. It’s well written and entertaining. The first book was a great beginning, but this is where the story truly starts to develop. It has action, adventure, and, of course, a little bit of romance and humor.

The story is a new take on pirates, and it’s been very interesting seeing how the authors continue to keep it original. As I’ve mentioned before, characters are what really attach me to different books. This series is no exception. I love Lavinia and Jameson. I also enjoyed learning more about Prime and Solomon, and meeting new characters such as Evanders. The latter of which I find very interesting.

I cannot wait to see how the story continues in the third and final book! If you like vampires, pirates, adventure, or all of the above, I definitely recommend checking out this series.

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